Non-profit decentralized finance alliance – GoodFi – has reportedly disclosed details of the freshly added 22 new DeFi sector leaders to its Board of Advisors.
Particularly, GoodFi’s Board of Advisors will reportedly include Chainlink account executive, Michael Zacharski, SushiSwap core developer, Omakase, and Aave digital marketing manager, Isa Kivlighan.
An overall figure of 19 leading teams working on projects through the crypto sphere’s up-and-coming tech – DeFi – from all over the world will be on board, including Ava Labs, Acala Network, and Maple Finance.
The expected responsibility of the Board of Advisors is reportedly to pool information and expertise, to make it increasingly more simple to break into DeFi and the crypto world.
GoodFi has further made a new website available, providing in-depth resources to newbie users, in terms of the value proposition and basics underpinning decentralized finance.
The site will reportedly come with a “matchmaker” functionality starting June. It is particularly built to suggest beginner-friendly DeFi protocols to new users, customized to their personal demands.
The solution will additionally offer real-time data for yield products on “a range of proven platforms”.
“While opening a new cryptocurrency wallet and interacting with various DeFi DApps is second-nature to crypto natives, these processes will initially be intimidating to the uninitiated majority across the globe. To get 100 [million] DeFi users by 2025, GoodFi needs to guide users at each step so they feel confident bringing assets into the ecosystem.” Adam Simmons, Radix’s head of strategy, reportedly highlighted GoodFi’s mission of onboarding 100 million DeFi users by 2025.